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GENERAL RULES

NB! BEFORE ENTERING PLEASE READ THE RULES BELOW CAREFULLY. PLEASE ENSURE THAT PARTICIPANTS AND THEIR PARENTSTAKE NOTE OF THESE RULES. COMPLIANCE WITH THE RULES ARE ESSENTIAL FOR THE SMOOTH RUNNING OF THE EISTEDDFOD. 

ENTRIES

1.  NB.  NO CHANGES WILL BE MADE AFTER THE PROGRAM HAS BEEN FINALISED.

2.   NO late entries will be accepted.

3.  WHEN USING HARD COPIES SEPARATE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED FOR DIFFERENT SECTIONS.

4.  It is essential that all information be supplied. An incomplete form will not be processed. The official form must be used.   

5.  Handwriting on forms must be legible (PRINT). Names and Surnames must be spelt correctly to ensure the correct spelling on the certificates.

6.  IF YOU ARE MAKING USE OF OUR ONLINE FACILITY ALL THE DIFFERENT SECTIONS CAN BE ENTERED ON ONE FORM.

7.  Age as on 1 January 2018.

8.  Entry fees as stipulated at each section.

9.  The closing date for entries is 5 March 2018 at 16:00. Finale date for payment of entries 16 March 2018.

10. The closing date for the Strings and Classical Guitar sections is 1 June 2018. Finale date for payment of these entries 15 June 2018.

11. Entries may be posted, faxed, delivered by hand or completed online.

12. Entry forms and money must be sent to the program manager ONLY.

13. Entries are not transferable. Any candidate transgressing this rule will NOT receive a report or a certificate.

14. NB. Candidates are not allowed to move from one item to the other after the program has been finalised. Such candidates will not receive a report or a certificate.

15. Only learners from a specific establishment may enter under the affiliation of that establishment.

16. Candidates from studios must be entered by their studio or school – not both.

17. All the names of participants in ensemble groups (as determined at each section) must be provided. If names are not provided only 1 certificate will be issued for the group. Please supply a name for the group.

18. If you have difficulty in finding the prescribed work, please contact the convenor.

PARTICIPATION

1.  The exact dates and times of participation should reach you at least 10 days prior to the start of the section. It is your responsibility to enquire from the office should you not have received information by that date.

2.  The Eisteddfod starts on 2 May 2018. Be prepared to participate at any time from the start of the Eisteddfod.

3.  A candidate and accompanist must be available at least 15 minutes before the time of participation.

4.  Candidates and/or accompanists who are more than 5 minutes late forfeit the right to perform.

5.  To be allowed to perform the participant slip must be handed to the secretary at the adjudicator’s table.

6.  Time limits must be STRICTLY observed.

7.  Withdrawals must be reported 48 hours before the scheduled time to the convenor.

8.  Any participant at the Pretoria Eisteddfod could be invited to perform at the Prize Winners concerts.

ADJUDICATION

1.  Participation out of session will not be allowed.

A candidate who cannot perform at the allotted time is not eligible for an award in that specific item. This rule apply to all awards.

2.  It is the candidate’s responsibility to ascertain his/her time of participation.

3.   The adjudicator’s decision is final and no discussion or correspondence on the issue will be allowed.

4.  Candidates/family members/ teachers are not allowed to communicate with the adjudicator IN ANY WAY before, during or directly after adjudication.

5.  Problems must be discussed with the convenor before the start of a session. No problems will be discussed at the table.

6.  An adjudicator’s report will be handed to the participant directly after the session.

7.  Only a symbol is awarded.

Awards are as follows:

90% to 100%   -   Gold:       A++

85% to 89%     -   Gold:       A+

80% to 84%     -   Gold:       A

75% to 79%     -   Silver:      B+

70% to 74%     -   Silver:      B

60% to 69%     -   Bronze:   C

8.  Certificates will be handed to the competitors as soon as possible after the session.

9.  According to stipulation at each section (with regard to the number of group members) each receive a certificate. Additional certificates can be requested at a fee of R20 per certificate.

10. Certificates are printed according to the information on the entry form. It is therefore imperative that teachers verify all the relevant information. If a certificate must be reprinted because of a mistake on the entry form, R20 will be charged.

11. Payment must accompany the request for a new certificate.

12. Candidates must hand a copy of own choice pieces to the secretary for use by the adjudicator. This copy will be destroyed at the end of the Eisteddfod.

13. The use of photo copies is a contravention of the Copyright Act. A published copy must therefore be available at all times at the venue where the work is performed.

14. An adjudicator may withhold an award if the standard of work is inadequate.

DRESS

1.  Dress for performers is optional during adjudication. Preferably school uniform.

2.  For the Prize Winners concert, dress is formal.

COSTS

1.  Preferably ELECTRONIC payments.

2.  Cheques will be accepted and must be made payable to SAVMO Pretoria Eisteddfod.

3.  NO CASH will be accepted.

4.  Banking Details:

Bank:          Standard Bank, Menlyn

A/c. name: SAVMO Pretoria Eisteddfod

A/c.no.:                     012 186 104

Branch code: 01 2345

5.  NB: Deposit slips to be faxed to 086  632 7728 or mailed to kantoor@pretoriaeisteddfod.co.za.

6.  Entries will only be processed once proof of payment is received.

7.  Entry fees as stipulated at each section.

8.  March entries: Closing date for payment 16 March 2018.

9.  June entries: Closing date for payment 15 June 2018.

10. Entry fees will not be refunded.

11. Entry fees and entry forms can also be sent to:

      Pretoria Eisteddfod

      P.O.Box 41890

      Moreleta Park,  0044

AWARDS

1.  The adjudicator’s decision as to awarding an award is final.

2.  No award not specified in this syllabus will be awarded.

3.  An adjudicator may withhold an award if the standard of work is inadequate.

4.  All awards will be presented at the Prize Winners concert.

5.  Awards will only be awarded according to merit.

TROPHIES

1.  Most trophies are floating trophies and must be returned at the closing date of new entries.

2.  An administration fee of R15 will be charged for the late returning of a trophy.

3.  A trophy lost whilst in possession of a winner must be replaced at his/her expense.

4.  When receiving a trophy each winner will be asked to sign a receipt and to give his home address, telephone number/s and e-mail address.

5.  The winner is responsible for the engraving of the trophy.


SPECIAL RULES

1. Any media or combination of media may be used.

2. Size of Artworks:

Paper:    Maximum A1 mounted on a complimentary color 5 cm wide.
Canvas:   Must be ready to hang. Hooks and string attached .
Photography:   Not to exceed A3. Mounted and ready to hang.
Sculpture:   Not to exceed 40X40 cm.

Please note: No framed artwork, with glass, will be accepted.
Each work may be entered for the Eisteddfod once only.

NB!  ART WORKS MUST COMPLY WITH THE ABOVEMENTOINED REQUIREMENTS. IF NOT, SUCH ART WORKS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. ENTRY FEES WILL NOT BE REFUNDED.

3. The following information must appear on the prescribed form (E):

Name and Surname of participant
Name of school
School grade
Art category
Attach the form (E) in the right hand corner to the back of the artwork hanging out at the bottom. Printed side facing to the front of the artwork.

4. Please note that the artworks from one affiliation must be packed in a STRONG black bag.
Lists with the names of the participants and the entry fees(no cash) must be send in an brown envelope with the name of the school/studio and the telephone number attached to the outside of the bag.

5. An affiliated member's artwork must be accompanied by an alphabetical list of all entrants according to their grade. Use form D.

Complete a separate list for each grade.
All the works from one participant should be together on the list e.g.

GRADE ITEM CODE & ITEM   NO SURNAME                                                                                    NAME                                                                                                    AMOUNT                                      SYMBOL
3 BT 3 Botha Jan R70                                                                               
3 BS 3 Botha Jan R70
3 BO 3 Botha Jan R70
3 BF 3 Botha Jan R70


Please use entry form D that is provided.
In the case of online entries form D is still required.

6. Artworks are kept at the Eisteddfod at the participants risk for the duration of the adjudication and exhibition. All reasonable precautions are taken to protect the work.

7. No late entries will be accepted.

8. The adjudicator’s decision is final and no discussion or correspondence on the issue will be allowed.

9. NO artworks will be dispatched.

10. We advise you to check your artworks on return and please notify us of any artwork not belonging to you.

11. Abovementioned rules must strictly be adhered to. If not, the management of the Eisteddfod can refuse to accept or adjudicate such work.

12. The management of the Pretoria Eisteddfod reserves the right to exhibit any of the artworks entered at the Prize Giving evening.

13. Own choice - no themes.

 

 

 

 

SUBMISSION OF ARTWORKS

26 and 27 July 2018 

698 Corinne Street
Garsfontein 

08:30 to 14:30

ADJUDICATION

04/08/2018

COLLECTING OF ARTWORKS

07/09/2018
698 Corrine Street

Garsfontein

Leonore Kruger
Cell: 082 680 8402

EXHIBITION

27 -30 August 2018

GALA EVENING

27 August 2018

CONVENOR

Leonore Kruger

Cell number: 082 680 8402

 
Artworks of overall winners will be exhibited during the Gala evening of the overall winners of the Pretoria Eisteddfod 2018.
 

 

 

 

 
 
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